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Fondant or Antonias for freezing stenciled cookies?

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Hi everyone,

I have around 150 cookies to stencil for my daughters orchestra. I would like to make them ahead of time and freeze them. I plan on making the base white and the stencil black RI (music notes). I'm new at stenciling and was torn on whether it would be best for freezing/thawing purposes to use either the fondant base or Antonias? My main concern is that the black stencil bleed onto the cookie while thawing.

What do you all suggest?

Thank you so much,

Vonda

I wanted to add that the cookies will not be individually wrapped.
post #2 of 3
I use a fondant base when I stencil and then use royal icing to do the actual stencil. I have never frozen the stenciled cookies but I don't see why you couldn't freeze them. I would do a trial run. HTH.
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Originally Posted by ALVARGA

I use a fondant base when I stencil and then use royal icing to do the actual stencil. I have never frozen the stenciled cookies but I don't see why you couldn't freeze them. I would do a trial run. HTH.



Thank you for the suggestion. Still deciding what to do.

Vonda
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